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Self-paced lessons and personalized feedback for beginners and more advanced players.
Watch the lessons whenever you want, as many times as you want, anywhere you want (online or offline). You get the perfect blend of structure and flexibility!
For the classes, in 24 hours or fewer, get constructive feedback on recordings of yourself playing and answers to your questions.
“I love that I can send in what I’ve tried and get feedback within a short period of time.”
– Casey S. (Saxophone Tribe)
24 Years Playing Experience
Meet your teacher: Neal Battaglia
Hey there, I’m Neal. In my 24 years of playing the saxophone, I’ve shared my love of the instrument by playing with different bands and teaching over 500 students how to play better than they ever thought they could. It’s been a privilege to learn from some great professional players over the years.
My teachers have included Gary Meek (known for his own music and playing with Airto as well as Dave Weckl) and George Young (who recorded countless records with people from Sinatra to Stanley Turrentine).
Want to hear how YOU could sound? Check out examples of my playing (with The Rudians, Salsón and Monterey Bay Sound Machine) in this video:
If you just started playing saxophone or maybe have been playing for a little while and rely on sheet music, it could be good to learn a simple song.
One song that I have taught quite a few students and they can pick up within an hour lesson is ‘When the Saints Go Marching In’.
I chose a starting note and key that is fairly manageable even if you haven’t been playing long.
And you can hear how parts are repeated and how the song is connected.
If you would like to be able to play this song within a week, enter your name and email to get video lessons spread over the course of a week.
Learn how to get your first song under your fingers with this free series of lessons, Click here to visit the page.